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abrasions, scratches and dirt on his hands. he's also accused of cleaning up the car that he used the night he picked up blaze. >> 20-year-old sam woodward stabbed blaze bernstein more than 20 times, then buried him in a shallow grave at a california park. prosecutors say he then visited the crime scene days after the murder. the orange county register reported there may have been sexual overtones to the crime but the d.a. says they're still looking for the exact motive. >> what were the circumstances that led to this? and so that requires a lot of work. we need to develop all of the digital and forensic evidence to see what we can find. >> bernstein was a 19-year-old college student at the university of pennsylvania. his parents reported him missing january 2nd from their california home while he was on winter break. that's the same night
investigators say woodward picked him up and eventually drove him to a park. but the exact time and place of his murder is still unclear. woodward's mother had this to say. >> i would like it very much if everyone could respect our privacy and the privacy of the bernstein family. this is a time of great suffering, and we would ask that you would respect that suffering. thank you very much. >> reporter: in a newly released statement, bernstein's grieving parents said there is still much to be done. and if it is determined this was a hate crime, we'll cry out not only for our son but for lgbtq people everywhere that live in fear who have been victims of hate crime. woodward is set to appear in a california courtroom later today to face a judge for the first time. the charges against him could carry 26 years to life in prison. the beginning of medical marijuana in pennsylvania began today. new at 5:00, steven fish takes
us inside the first dispensary facility that opened its doors in bethlehem. >> reporter: it was a packed house inside keystone canna dispensary. >> medical marijuana is an important tool in our medical toolbox. >> reporter: rachel levine says medical marijuana can help patients suffering from a host of conditions. >> for many of these patients, medical marijuana may be really the only medicine that can help them find relief. >> reporter: that relief is now here in bethlehem. dosages will be offered in vaporization, pills and licks. >> there will be safe and effective access to a new medicine that patients need. >> reporter: jeff sessions threw a curveball this month that kept federal agents from cracking down on sales. they are not worried about a
potential change. >> i'm going to move forward as if -- if we stop now, it's just going to hurt patients in a few months from now. >> reporter: among those advocating is former philadelphia flyer ryan coatze. he's choosing medical marijuana over opioids. >> i spent a good portion of my life fighting and playing hockey. the grind of both of those led to multiple surgeries and retiring at 8. it helped me manage, get through that and manage my pain sustainably. >> reporter: a dispensary will hold educational workshops and in mid-february, it will start accepting patients. steven fisher, nbc 10 news. philadelphia water department is turning to socialia to try to help customers faster. we're told crews are working 24/7 to fix water main breaks. the water department's help line has an average wait time of
about two hours, sometimes more. so to help with the influx of calls, they're taking customer service requests on twitter and facebook pages. a lot of those breaks happening of the cold weather this morning. people across pennsylvania woke up to a snow-covered front yard. here's a look at what they found in ardmore. a light dusting there. >> storm force 10 saw snow fall and melting as soon as it hit the pavement on rockland road. live look from our nbc 10 camera in allentown where a little more than three inches of snow fell overnight there. chief meteorologist tam mmy sousa joining us now. >> it's going to be icy out there. everything will refreeze because we're below freezing. that's something to be concerned about if you're out and about driving about. some places had ponding from several days ago. watch out for that. temperatures are going to be quite chilly in the teens for your overnight low. beautiful sunset out there. the sun came out.
peeks of the sunshine came out late today. 40 the high in philadelphia. that was the wee hours of the morning the temperature continued to fall after that. only 0.2 inch of snow at philadelphia international. chestnut hill, about a half inch. and the numbers went up as you went northward and westward into the suburbs and into the lehigh valley. pocono summit, one of the big winners. 8 inches of snow. hamburg at 6 inches. allentown, 3.3. springtown, 4 inches. then we head into delaware. 1.2 for newark. mt. holly, 1.3. over in new jersey, phoenixville, collegeville 2 and the airport only 0.2. so pretty much as we expected. the heavier totals were going to be further west and a little further to the north. doppler radar shows that snow is pretty much out of here unless you're down here in the tippy corner, the southeast corner of delaware. that's where there's snow left. and when i come back in a few minutes, i'll talk about the big thaw. look at that 50 in denver.
that's nothing compared to what we're going to see this weekend. i'll be back in just a little bit. >> we'll see you then, tammie. former white house chief strategist steve bannon will meet with robert mueller's investigators. that's according to a person familiar with the decision. bannon is expected to be interviewed by prosecutors instead of testifying before a grand jury. it is unclear when that interview will happen. yesterday bannon avoided a series of questions during an appearance before a house intelligence committee. bannon's attorney relayed questions in realtime to the white house during the day-long interview. he was told by the white house counsel's office not to discuss his work on the transition or in the white house. ♪ police arrested demonstrators during a protest on capitol hill today. the peaceful prowas over daca. the program which protects
immigrants brought to the u.s. illegally as is at the center of a potential government shutdown on friday. some democrats say they will not vote on a spending bill unless there's a fix for daca. >> block funding for our military with a friday deadline over unrelated issues just makes no sense to me. it's wrong. >> congress is now moving toward a short-term spending deal with hopes of aing a shutdown. the northampton county district attorney is getting involved in the daca gede bait. morganelli wrote a letter to president trump with the hopes of getting a daca act approved. morganelli says it's the right thing to do with daca recipients with no criminal history. >> it's just plain wrong to penalize hundreds of thousands of folks who did nothing wrong. >> lawmakers have to make a decision on the daca program by march when it's set to expire. city of philadelphia is trying to address the opioid epidemic by going straight to the source. today the city filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical companies
that make and market addictive prescription drugs. leaders accuse the companies of deceptive marketing that doesn't explain how dangerous the drugs could be. >> doctors were systematically given the false information about this. >> the is seeking millions to repay the costs soerktsed with addressing the epidemic. it's believed 1200 people died of overdoses in philadelphia alone last year. pennsylvania governor tom wolf wants to expand overtime to salaried workers. the threshold is around $23,000 but wolf wants to raise that to 48,000. it's part of his jobs but pay initiative. he made the announcement to update the overtime rules. nearly 500,000 people will finally get paid for the amount of time they're putting in at work. >> we're doing this because this
is common sense. this is something to be fair to workers but it's also really good for employers to -- who are treating their employees fairly. >> it will take three or four years to put in place. ahead at 5:00 -- over the edge. >> a man drove his car into an icy river and left his girlfriend to die. new video of the to save her. all new at 5:00 -- traveling to puerto rico. how local missionaries are making life-saving contributions on the. >> we all know the eagles fight song but do any of us know where it came from or why nobody sang it until the mid-90s? i'm tim furlong getting everything you need to know about "fly eagles fly."
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♪ and watch our eagles fly >> all across our area, people young and old and in between proudly belting out the eagles fight song. this from grove preschool 5's in west chester. >> we're all chanting "fly, eagles fly" but how did that become the anthem for the philadelphia eagles? furlong has a little history lesson for all of us.
>> reporter: even on game days you can almost hear it inside the linc. the eagles fight song. >> it's not a feeling like it. it's the most authentic, energetic thing you can do. >> reporter: many viewers singing it. ♪ the philadelphia orchplays a nice version, too. ♪ but where did his greatest hit song come from? it was born long before bobby. a couple of guys in the '50s wrote a song for the eagles. part of an album of team songs. very long, very collegiate and didn't have words. the eagles victory song had words but nobody sang them. a big brass band played a version on the field and it went away until the mid'90s when they reworked it on the keyboard, tweaked the words and asked if they could play it. the guys in the band new then they had to make this song catch on. >> one of the guys in the pep
band, skull, he would make copies. thousands upon thousands of copies. we'd go out to tail gates, hand them out everywhere. we weren't leaving until they sang that song. we all learned it and hopefully fans will be singing it real soon in minneapolis. >> coming off the airplane singing the song. you'll be walking in to the most northern part of philadelphia. 1500 miles away. >> reporter: tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> we love seeing your spin on the song, too. >> we want to hear that in minneapolis, too. and share some of our favorite versions with all of us. ♪ efly eagles fly on the road to victory ♪ >> that's the team from plumbing, heating and electrical supplies. they spelled their support for the birds complete with those
giant letters. ♪ fly eagles fly ♪ one, two, three >> eagles fever is spreading. these young fans belted out the fight song in south florida. >> that's what i'm talking about. we want to see your take on the eagles fight song. send it to us on nbc 10 or through the app. also tag us @nbcphiladelphia with the #flyeaglesfly. we'll hear from eagles head coach doug pederson on how he rose above his critics to get this far. turning to your first alert weather. the shoveling started pretty early this morning in allentown. found people clearing sidewalks and crews clearing the roads as well. the snow moved in to north carolina this morning followed by cold temperatures. the national weather service issued winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories for
almost the entire state. >> snow is always a welcome sight here at camelback mountain in the poconos. skiers and snowboarders were enjoying the fresh powder. >> nearly eight inches fell across much of the pocono range. that's incredible. they needed that snow and got it. >> an inch at my house. i'm in lower montgomery county. that was manageable. >> no heavy lifting for you n the family. >> no, i'm winter weary. enjoy, let's take a look at what you can expect. a whole bunch of good news. we have one hiccup to get past. gorgeous sunset out there. a refreeze on the way. any ice that thawed, water that melted, it's going to be on the roadways. be aware of that. everything will be below freezing. then we'll being at a 25 to 30-degree warm-up into the 50s. into the mid-50s, if not higher
for the weekend and monday. it's going to be a spectacular weekend, too. we'll not bring any nasty rain or snow to you. that's monday. monday you get the rain. for the weekend, it should be dry. the big thaw headed our way. temperatures across the plains where typically they're well below zero. it's 50 in denver. 46 in rapid city. the colder air over the eastern u.s. 12 in pittsburgh. 18 in cincinnati. philadelphia right now at 26 degrees. boston at 33. d.c. at 26. let's go in and check out the neighborhoods. 21 in coatesville. 21 in dover. vineland 24. 223 28 in atlantic city. mount holly at 25 degrees. chilly out there. we're going to be in the teens tonight. 19 in philadelphia. 18 in wilmington. 17 in trenton and 18 in atlantic city. coatesville, down to 15 degrees under clear skies. so you'll need that big heavy coat for at least one more night before we start this rather
ambitious warm-up. should be around 40 degrees this time of year. we'll be well above that for the weekend. the snow is gone, other than just this little southeastern corner of delaware. that's where there is still some snow passing by. we're clearing out rapidly. let's look further to the west. nothing out there. i call it severe clear. have plenty of sunshine. and this is something i don't typically show. this is water vapor imagery. the blues denote all the moisture in the air. the dark black is where it's dry. look at that dry line of air making its way toward philadelphia. that's moving in for tonight. and that's going to make it extra cold. that atmosphere will be dry. anith will radiate out. we'll be in the teens tonight. the winds still out of the northwest. clouds are out of here for tomorrow. plent of sunshine. the winds start to turn. mid and upper 30s. look what happens on friday. windserly, but a little bit of a
bump from the southwest. we'll make it into the 40s. and on saturday, they turn to the southwest. the same for sunday and, bam, here come the 50s. let's take a look at the vikings and eagles kickoff. 50 at 6:40 in the evening. we'll see some clouds out there starting to build in on sunday evening. southwest winds to 10 miles an hour. 48 at halftime. and 46 during the fourth quarter. it will be unseasonably warm and pleasant. you'll not need the parkas for this game. yes a sweatshirt or light jacket, but not the parkas. 38 for tomorrow. a little on the breezy side with sunshine. 45 on friday. 55 on saturday. and on sunday. 53 monday. rain moves in both monday and tuesday. but look ahead. do you see anything freezing? uh-uh. we'll have a nice stretch of weather. >> sounds good, tammy. new at 5:00, it's been three months hurricane maria devastated puerto rico. a group of local missions is working to bring aid to the region. jesse alejandro cruz leads a
group called mother's mission. they've been working with addicts in kensington. their goal is to bring up homes nearly destroyed in small towns of puerto rico. today jessie and her husband sent out a message to never forget about those still dealing with maria's devastation. >> why is it still happening in puerto rico? why are people still going through this? it was a time that -- now, after three months, four months, we are still without -- >> so far they've sent out 600 water purifiers and have been able to rescue several people stuck in their homes. there is still time to get involved ahead of the saturday's women's march in philadelphia. they are hosting a sign making party tonight on north fifth. 13,000 people have already signed on to attend. the march is saturday from 10:30
to 3:00 on the ben franklin parkway. ahead at 5:00, a potential breakthrough in skin cancer research. >> a new treatment target for melanoma. how it's helping to determine which women have a vival advantage. shame on msu, usag and the olympic committee for this gross inexcusable negligence. >> next at 5:00 -- facing his victims. what one gymnastics coach says to dr. larry nassar in court today that got everyone's attention. please stay out of to your lag doesn't get us all killed, ben. what's so good about fios anyway? uh. what's so great about a 100% fiber-optic network that makes your gaming system actually work awesomely? hey. did you take out the trash? haha, garbage boy! dad, i already took out ben. it's not funny. gaming is best on a 100% fiber-optic network. so get fios. now, just $79.99 per month with a 2-year price guarantee with a 2-year agreement.
michigan courtroom for former usa gymnastics dr. nassar. thomas brennan said he sent more than 100 girls to nassar for. >> he didn't only deceive these girls which is, honest to god, that's the worst of the worst, what he did to these girls. so they have the voice. but what you did to everybody else who trusted you and sent girls your way is disgusting. >> brennan was in court to support one of his former athletes as she read her tearful testimony. brennan stared at nassar with disgust. brennan said he never knew what nassar was doing to the women. maroney will not have a pay a $100,000 fine for describing her abuse by nassar. usa gymnastics had threatened to fine her for a post on twitter last year in which maroney talked about the mollestation. that tweet violated a
nondisclosure agreement she signed after receiving a $1 million settlement in 2016. she is not attending nassar's sentencing. protesters turned out for a hearing for cop killer mumia abu-jamal. nbc 10 near the criminal justice center this morning. demonstrators calling on the new district attorney to release documents about ronald castile's involvement in abu-jamal's case. he was a senior prosecutor when abu-jamal was convicted and also a supreme court justice during his appeals process. >> recent supreme court decision a year ago said you cannot have a judge sitting in judgment over a case where he had been the prosecutor in the case. that's a violation of due process and a right to a fair and unbiased tribunal. >> the d.a.'s office is asking for more time for the new administration to review the case. there will be a hearing coming
up in days. next at 5:00 -- tragedy in south jersey. >> left to die in the icy and frigid delaware river. neighbors are speaking out tonight about the young woman who lost her life here and what should happen to the man who drove his car over the edge, next. unfair advantage. the court case that could result in a redrawing of pennsylvania's congressional district. all new at 6:00 -- isis associate? he's calling for attacks on u.s. soil in this new video. he's originally from our area where he attended school. and what his mother told us in an nbc exclusive all new at 6:00.
this is nbc 10 news. >> a horrifying way to die neighbors and friends of a burl ton county woman are speaking out about her final moments and a man left her in a sinking car to die. it happened where wood street meets the delaware river. >> cydney long reports witnesses and first responders did what they could to try to save her. >> reporter: sinking, freezing and trapped under water. >> i couldn't even imagine. >> reporter: that's how 3-year-old stephanie white who went by the nickname birdie spent her final moments alive. it was sunday afternoon.
>> whennor initial responders arrived, they only could see the tires. >> witnessed grabbed their cell and took this video of first responders and the sunken car. 24-year-old jacob garrett hit a parked car with people inside and then crashed through therail plunging into the icy river. >> he left his girlfriend in the water to die. >> reporter: garrett got out safely and then without hesitation -- >> he got out, said take care of my girlfriend and ran away. >> reporter: a cold water rescue dive team jumped in risking their own safety. >> they tried to do everything with cpr. had paramedics. got her to the hospital. tried to warm her body up. they did everything they could try to do to save her life. >> reporter: white died at the hospital. >> i think they have a foster child in the house. >> reporter: neighbors say she lived with her mom. they are still stunned. >> she was quiet. he was a troublemaker. >> reporter: garrett was arrested trying to board a train and has left this community hea. >> heartbroken.
everybody was in shock around here. >> reporter: police tell me stephanie white's autopsy and garrett's toxicology results are not yet complete but jacob garrett will come face-to-face with a judge in a burlington county courtroom this friday. from burlington city, i'm cydney long, nbc 10 news. police say a woman tried to send drugs through the mail to her son in a delaware prison. officers arrested angel osborne and her son patrick. police intercepted the drugs before they reached the prison. both are facing a long list of charges. democratic voters in pennsylvania are challenging whether the state's congressional districts were drawn up to benefit republicans. state supreme court justices heard from both sides of the issue today. the league of women voters argues the current maps intentionally disinate against democratic voters. republican lawmakers drew lines that split up or grouped democratic voters together to ensure republican candidates would win elections.
>> this current congressional map with its goofy kicking donald duck type districts is one of the worst gerrymanders in american history. and it makes a mockery of a representative democracy. >> the court is expected to rule before the may primaries. to your first alert weather now. a snowy commute this morning. reporter tim furlong sent us this video. you can see snow-covered whitbey road. a live look at boat house row where the schuylkill river is finally starting to look like it's getting back to normal. thawing out from the below freezing weather. >> heading down the shore. a live look at the margate fishing pier. too chilly for a lot of folks to cast a line out there. >> i don't think there will be a soul on that pier tonight. it's going to be chilly. we're below freezing and we'll
continue down into the teens across most of the area. 23 in lehigh valley. 21 in the suburbs. 28 along the shore. let's go ahead and look at some of the neighborhoods. where your temperaturewise? sinking spring at 20. whi whitehall, 20. bet bethlehem 23. midnight was our high today and we fell temperaturewise. b bedminster 23. malvern, 21. unionville, 21 degrees. let's make one more stop. we head right into philadelphia and check out the temperatures. 26 at the airport. park side 24. port richmond at 27 degrees. summerton, 25. chestnut hill at 24. and bustleton at 27 degrees. so no giant warm-up today. in fact, the temperatures will trend down. here's our trend this evening.
upper teens and low 20s across most of the area when you wake up under clear skies. after that, we are going to launch with a beautiful weekend ahead. we'll talk about that when i come back in a few minutes. helping south jersey students beyond the classroom. today big brothers/big sisters kicks off the first beyond school walls workplace mentoring program. the organization is teaming up with the municipality to offer students a unique experience. >> kids will get a chance to learn what goes on behind the scenes in government. look at how the sausage is being made. but they spend a lot of time with their mentor n with an adult who is going to listen to them. >> 29 corporations and 29 schools take part in the beyond school walls program which impacts the lives of nearly 1,000 children. pennsylvania's every student succeeds act plan has received
final approval from the department of education. the plan replaces no child left behind and focuses less on how students do on standardized tests. it also sets goals for eliminating achievement gaps and a transparent presentation of school success. the essa plan will be implemented next school year. now to a possible breakthrough in the treatment of the deadliest form of kin cancer. researchers may have identified a new treatment for melanoma. the research group found a treatment and tested it with mice with cancer. it was successful. still needs to be more testing done on the treatment before it's given to people. in delaware, health officials are seeing massive spike in flu cases. in the last week alone, 142 confirmed cases. that's up 48% from the week before. state division of public health urging everyone to get the flu shot as soon as possible. and whether it's the flu or having to treat ailments, doctors are just burned out.
new survey of more than 15,000 physicians found nearly two-thirds feel burned out or depressed. 1 in 3 says depression has impacted their job performance. a majority of doctors say reducing paperwork and work hours could help ease the burnout. uniting for the olympics. >> how north and south korea are coming together in the name of sportsmanship. and protecting the environment. the steps philadelphia is taking to eliminate pollutants in our air.
this is nbc 10 news. >> when it comes to electric vehicles, philadelphia doesn't have the pedal to the metal. today a task force is trying to increase electrical vehicle use in the city. and they released a list of recommendations. they include increasing the number of publicly available charging stations. you can learn more about the report at an open house at the municipals building next thursday from 6:00 to 8:00. google is working to fix a problem interfering with home wifi systems. goog google's home smart and chromecraft device are knocking several major brands of routers offline. they suggest unplug your google device when not using them. for the first time ever, athletes from north and south korea will march under one flag at next month's winter olympics in south korea. the agreement came after talks
between representatives of both countries. south korea's chief negotiator says both countries will participate in joint cultural events and training for their ski teams. keith jones is traveling to south korea for next month's olympic winter games. live coverage begins february 8th. some protests greeted pope francis as he visited chile. the demonstrators called out allegations of abuse by the catholic church. a number of churches were attacked, some with fire bombs. the pontiff celebrated mass with members of an indigenous community and had a private meeting with sexual abuse victims. ignoring his critics. >> doug pederson explains how he's rising above his naysayers on the road to victory. and we have a weekend warm-up. say good-bye to the snow, hello to the sunshine and ditch that winter coat. i have all the details straight
ahead. all new at 6:00 -- cracking down. police call it our area's version of a red light district. only nbc 10 is there as undercover officers take on a human trafficking pipeline that leads right to our region. next time, i want you on my bowling team. [ laughs ] rodney. bowling. classic. can i help you? it's me. jamie. i'm not good with names. celeste!
to victory. doug pederson spoke about the nfc championship game. >> john clark is joining us live. this big game is in sight now. >> yeah, it's going to be the first nfc championship game for many of the eagles. they are underdogs in the game. head coach doug peerdsderson wa underdog when he became the head coach. there he is at practice today. he was looked at as a safe choice from his relationship with andi reid. never was a head coach except in high school. boy were the critics wrong about doug pederson. here he is today. >> i don't pay really any attention to that. i drive home at night knowing i did -- put in a full day's work. i get up in the morning to come in here however i can serve this organization and these players. that's i know. that's all i know. i love football. i love coaching football. i love teaching it. love being around these guys.
i'm going to pour my life into these players. i don't care about what's written. it's kind of like the underdog thing. our players don't pay much attention to that. i'm kind of the same way. >> they do pay attention to the underdog status. why would they be wearing the big dog mask? and doug pederson did say that at the end. coming up, we'll hear from some of the key players still feeling disrespected because they are underdogs again in the nfc title game in their own house. i'm john clark. we'll see you then. >> thank you, john. in defiance of the eagles underdog status, we're asking you to send in pictures of your dog decked out in eagles gear. these are just a few of the pictures we've received so far. send them to us through the free nbc 10 app. count on nbc 10 for our exclusive pregame shows leading up to the big game. friday and saturday night at
7:00 for special eagles coverage. and nbc 10 is where the action is on sunday. eagles game plan kicks off at 10:00 a.m. followed by eagles gameday. kickoff at 10:30 and the playoff special at 11:00 a.m. after the game, an nbc 10 news playoff special. plus eagles gameday final after nbc 10 news at 11:00. a live look at lincoln financial field. good news for birds fans. if you are headed to the game, you can expect some nice weather. >> don't have to wear quite so many layers this weekend. tammie souza is joining us. >> swirling winds and the temperature falling 30 degrees. instead, put on suntan lotion, bring a lightweight jacket and enjoy yourself. >> suntan lotion? >> well, for the parking lot. the game is at 6:40 so the sun is already gone but people will be out there early. take a look. outside tonight, a pretty night skies clearing and it's going to
be very chilly. the atmosphere is drying out quickly. only picked up 0.2 inch of snow at philadelphia international. but the totals went up as you went north and east. in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs, 2 to 4 inches. up into lehigh valley where we had 4 to 6 inches. the poconos, 8 inches of snowfall. 26 degrees right now. feels like 14. winds out of the northwest to 16. that chill, that cold air is going to be out of here. starting tomorrow we start the warm-up. but we are really going to warm up nicely each day. wake up in philadelphia about 21 degrees at 7:00 in the morning. we'll see sunshine. suburbs, wake up to 17. lehigh valley, 14. all that snow on the ground. that's going to keep you cool. 20 in delaware. 18 in new jersey. your wake-up weather along the jersey shore, 22 degrees with bright. should be a pleasant start to the day. gone is the snow.
that front has slowly sagged off to the east. we're not going to see any of that. doppler radar keeps it well to the south of us. what we are going to see is plenty of clearing. there's nothing there for days. maybe a few high thin clouds early on sunday. the next chance of precipitation is some rain coming in here on monday. let's walk you by hour by hour through your neighborhood. 27 in philadelphia. 20 in allentown. 28 in cape may. northwest winds. we'll drop down in the upper teens, low 20s for tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon, mid and upper 30s. sunshine. winds turn to the west and southwest. on friday, this forecast model want to do it but we'll see the 40s. then on saturday, already well into the 40s on southwest winds. punch into the low and mid-50s across the area. let's compare week's kickoff weather to this week's. this week, 50 degrees at kickoff. last week 29.
the windchill, there won't be any. it will feel like 50. last week's windchill, a nasty 17 degrees. your neighborhood tonight. 19 in philadelphia. 17 in lehigh valley. 20 along the jersey shore. let's check out tomorrow. plenty of sunshine out there. a little warmer. mid-30s everywhere but the lehigh valley. so plent of sunshine to help melt some of that snow. we'll 45 friday. 55 saturday. 55 on sunday. 53 monday with rain moving in. 39 on tuesday. and the remainder of the ten day is above average. we should be at 40. we do not have any cold air through the next ten days. guys? all new at 5:00 -- a viewer had a flat screen failure but couldn't get the help he wanted. >> harry hairston knows what after he got involved. and all new on nbc 10 news at 6:00. >> a jersey shore native now
before we start, i just want to say if anyone still doesn't have fios, please stay out of the way so your lag doesn't get us all killed, ben. what's so good about fios anyway? uh. what's so great about a 100% fiber-optic network that makes your gaming system actually work awesomely? hey. did you take out the trash?
haha, garbage boy! dad, i already took out ben. it's not funny. gaming is best on a 100% fiber-optic network. so get fios. now, just $79.99 per month with a 2-year price guarantee with a 2-year agreement. this is nbc 10 news. >> welcome back. lester holt is joining us from the nbc studios in new york. >> he has a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news."
>> ahead for us, president trump's former right-hand man steve bannon reportedly cuts a deal in the russia probe. what will he tell investigators. and the deadly flu outbreak. how long you're still contagious even after you think you're over it. for now back to you in philly. >> good information there, i'm sure. thanks, lester. now to nbc 10 responds. a viewer was watching tv when it went on the fritz. >> he thought a simple call to the company would end with a fix but it didn't so he contacted harry hairston. >> this guy loves watching nbc 10. he told me that. all he wanted was to get back to enjoying his favorite tv shows. paul and pat scully love their primetime tv shows. >> the names of the next two artists. >> reporter: "the voice" is one of their favorites. one night while watching the show, the samsung tv went
haywire. >> what happens? >> all of a sudden, on the screen, about three-inch black thing comes right down the side of the tv. >> reporter: about a half an hour later, horizontal lines appeared on the tv. >> you do what next? >> i get up. i'm looking for my box to see if i can find a warranty. >> he paid for a two-year extended warranty. so he thought the ten-month-old tv was covered. but the store where he purchased it refused to repair it. >> this paperwork tells me it's physical damage. >> reporter: the warranty does not cover physical damage. >> i didn't touch the tv. >> reporter: he contacted the manufacturer at samsung. that was in august 2017. samsung sent out a repairman who also said it was physical damage. but scully insisted he did not cause problem and refused to give up. so for more than a month he
called samsung over and over pleading his case. >> i talked to samsung like four times. >> reporter: he says each time a customer rep told him there was nothing samsung could do. it was his responsibility. >> this is the receipt. >> reporter: then he called nbc 10 responds. so we checked with samsung. on its website, samsung does acknowledge some customers may experience lines on their sets. its website also offers tips to try to correct the problem but it doesn't give a reason for the lines. in a statement specific to scully's tv, samsung told us, we are looking into the external factors that may have caused this issue to occur. samsung also says it stands behind its product and has high rates of customer satisfaction. samsung promised to work with scully to fix the problem. scully says weeks after we got involved, samsung repaired his tv, free of charge. >> i'm very happy. and i appreciate it, sir.
i really do. i really appreciate it. >> reporter: we checked with the better business bureau for tips to help with a similar situation if you have one. they say take pictures of the product the moment you have a problem. when repairmen arrive, have him detail in writing what he did to identify the problem. and if you are experiencing lines on your set, go to nbc10.com where we have the samsung link so you can check it out for yourself. let's take a look at the recovery counter now. it is standing at a whopping $910,313. money we've recovered for you, our viewers, and we are not done yet. >> no, we're not. if you have a consumer complaint head to nbc10.com. fill out the form or give us a call. we'll respond to you. nbc 10 news at 6:00 is next. here's jacqueline london. >> all new at 6:00 -- undercover operation. only nbc 10 news is there at as agents crack down on what they call our area's version of a red
light district. plus, the isis associate with roots in our region. what he's calling for here in this country. and what his mother told us ahead in an nbc 10 exclusive. the snow has moved on. things are drying out. a look at what's moving in just in time for your weekend in my exclusive first alert forecast.
undercover agents crack down on a crime that may be happening in your neighborhood. >> a blast of cold air settling in. first the flakes, then the freeze. but a warm-up is on the way. the build-up begins. the trophy is here. the takeout orders already being placed. and you better get yours in if you're planning a bash for the birds' big game. nbc 10 news starts now. >> we begin with an nbc 10 exclusive. and the local connection to this isis video. the video calls for attacks on u.s. soil. and it features a man we have confirmed is from the jersey shore and attended atlantic city high school. good evening. i'm jacqueline london. >> i'm jim rosenfield. nbc 10 tracked down that man's mother. here's ted greenberg with an nbc 10 exclusive. >> reporter: this is your son? >> yeah, this is my son. >> reporter: she publicly
confirmed for the first time the bearded man seen in this isis propaganda video is the youngest of her four children, margate native zolfy. >> i am very upset. >> reporter: his mother says the 2010 graduate of atlantic city high school was born in the u.s. and raised in margate. his family still lives in this small seaside community. >> this weapon here is -- >> reporter: in the video released by isis in may, he used the name hamza enriki. court records reveal he travelled to syria and join isis in 2015, working his way up the ranks to become a senior commander. >> did he ever talk about terrorism before he left? >> no, no. >> reporter: but hoxsa's mother was troubled about people he was spending time with. >> he hate